'Interpening': Interpreting terpenes to know how cannabis will make you feel
On a warm winter day in Denver, Max Montrose, the 29-year-old president of the Trichome Institute, is “on a weed hunting mission.” Montrose’s quest involves locating proper samples of cannabis to teach the students in his class how to detect specific characteristics of the cannabis flower. He’s
Markets Right Now: Dow has first close above 26,000 points
Stocks are closing higher on Wall Street, sending the Dow Jones industrial average to its first close above 26,000 points.
Trump praises GOP tax overhaul during speech in Tennessee
The American dream is roaring back to life. And we've just signed into law the most significant tax cuts and reforms. In American has. I. It's a total of five point five trillion dollars attacks that. Wait most of those benefits going to working families small businesses and move the family farm.
Celgene, Dave & Buster's slide while Kohl's and Crocs rise
Celgene and Dave & Buster's Entertainment fall while Kohl's and Crocs trade higher
Novo Nordisk revises up offer for Ablynx to $3.1 billion
Denmark's Novo Nordisk has revised its offer to buy Belgian biotech company Ablynx as the drug maker looks to find growth opportunities beyond its core business.
FDA clears EKG reader for Apple watch
ABC News' Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports on the $199 device that produces a trackable EKG report that can be sent to a cardiologist for further interpretation and management.
Ravens call off DNA Day as biotech firm talks to state
BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Ravens announced they've rescheduled DNA Day about 2? hours before the kickoff of their home opener. The Ravens had planned to give out free DNA test kits to fans as they entered the stadium. ORIG3N, the Boston-based biotech firm sponsoring the event, said in a statement
Shkreli's trial sees nearly 250 potential jurors dismissed
The so called bad boys of pharmaceuticals Martin's Riley. Who became infamous for jacking up the price of the lifesaving drug dare print is now in court on securities fraud charges are really cared about people. But three days in nearly 200 potential jurors later. His lawyers say they're struggling
'Pharma bro' jury selection enters 3rd day
Nearly 200 potential jurors have already been dismissed at the federal securities fraud trial of Martin Shkreli after some told the judge they could not be impartial.